Fender Bullet 150
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Fender Bullet 150

Bullet 150, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Dyna-Touch III series.

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iamqman 22/06/2011

Fender Bullet 150 : Recensione di iamqman (content in English)

"Practice amp"
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This amp is an amp that came in a beginner;s guitar pack that you would find at a Best Buy, Walmart, or Guitar Center. This is the type of amp that a mom or dad would get little Johnny to start practicing on. It is cheap to produce and cheap sounding. But for the price and the purpose behind it...well it is a great deal.

This amp came with a cheap Fender Stratocaster guitar for around $200. That is not a bad price for a parent wanting to get their kid a beginner start up electric guitar pack.

UTILIZATION

* Bullet DSP 150:

* Clean channel and versatile distortion channel
* 15 digital effects, including reverb, delay/echo, chorus, flanging and tremolo
* Auxiliary input for playing along with CD or drum machine
* Headphone output for silent practice
* 15 watts
* 8" speaker
* Tough textured vinyl exterior

SOUNDS

The only reason I a giving this amp such a bad review score wise is that the tone from this amp is so lousy that anyone who has spent anytime with real tube amps will immediately shut this thing down. The amp sounds absolutely terrible in every way.

It makes no difference what guitar you use with this thing because the tone if you can call it that it beyond terrible. It is thin and crackling is a fork scraping the plate kind of way.

OVERALL OPINION

At new these amps come in at around $200 which also came with a cheap Fender Stratocaster guitar. This setup is only for a beginner. If you have another amp and think that this amp will sound good enough for practice then you have to think twice.

I would only recommend this amp to a parent getting a kid their first guitar and you aren't sure they will even stick with playing the guitar. You haven't coughed up a whole lot of money to find out so $200 is worth the experiment.